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Partnership Drugs Initiative (PDI) promotes voluntary sector work with children, young people and families affected by alcohol and or other drugs. There are two subcategories to PDI, FRIF (Family Recovery Initiative Fund) and the Substance Misuse Challenge Fund.
The #ShiftThePower Coronavirus Response Fund will help grassroots organisations in Scotland to support vulnerable individuals, families, and communities, including coping with the impacts of Coronavirus. The Fund will provide grants of up to £10,000 and is open to charities and voluntary organisations with an income of less than £250,000.
Grassroots charities make a big difference to the lives of millions of people throughout Scotland. Henry Duncan Grants plays a small role by providing micro grants for charities with an income of up to £50,000. In 2020, the focus is on enabling families to cope with the impacts of poverty.
Funds currently closed for applications:
Grassroots charities make a big difference to the lives of millions of people throughout Scotland. Henry Duncan Grants plays a small role in supporting their work through providing £1m each year across a wide range of groups. Grants are specifically for charities with an income of less than £500,000. Details of the programme theme for 2021 will be announced early in the New Year.
This fund provides an opportunity for Integrated Authorities (IAs) and/or Alcohol and Drug Partnerships (ADPs) and their partners to bid for money to test or implement change. Applications from consortia are welcome. The fund is designed to support activities and approaches that contribute to making systemic changes to support people who use alcohol and drugs.
Corra Foundation is working in partnership with the Scottish Government to administer and manage a number of the Scottish Government’s development assistance programmes.
Applications for this grant are now closed. Corra Foundation is working in partnership with the Scottish Government to administer and manage a number of the Scottish Government’s development assistance programmes.
Social Bite, in partnership with Corra Foundation and The Homeless Network (GHN), have launched The Housing First Scotland Fund, which will be one of the largest programmes of its kind in the UK.
Corra Foundation, in collaboration with the National Lottery Community Fund, Comic Relief, The Gannochy Trust and William Grant Foundation, committed £425,000 to the development of The Listening Fund within Scotland, informed by key learning from the Listening Fund in England.
The Third Sector Homelessness Fund is a £4.5m fund from the Scottish Government for third sector organisations on the frontline of delivering homelessness services in Scotland. The purpose of the Third Sector Homelessness Fund is to support third sector organisations to innovate and transform the services they provide to people in line with the Scottish Government’s Ending Homelessness Together Action Plan.
Children, Young People and Families Early Intervention Fund and Adult Learning and Empowering Communities Fund
Corra Foundation is working in partnership with the Scottish Government to administer and manage the Children, Young People and Families Early Intervention Fund and Adult Learning and Empowering Communities Fund (CYPFEIF & ALEC Fund).